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scene_play_methodology [2015/08/17 11:19]
Mike Holmes
scene_play_methodology [2015/08/17 13:06] (current)
Mike Holmes [Step 3: Player Scene Ideas]
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 If two or more players have ideas, then everybody should discuss until there'​s a pretty clear consensus on what scene to do next. Often times players may have ideas that send characters off in different directions at the same time. In these cases, you can often choose arbitrarily which scene to do first (or in the case of IRC, we'll often do them simultaneously in two different chat rooms). But sometimes there are subtle thematic bits that may make more sense resolving in a particular order. So keep this in mind when you're thinking which to play out first. ​ If two or more players have ideas, then everybody should discuss until there'​s a pretty clear consensus on what scene to do next. Often times players may have ideas that send characters off in different directions at the same time. In these cases, you can often choose arbitrarily which scene to do first (or in the case of IRC, we'll often do them simultaneously in two different chat rooms). But sometimes there are subtle thematic bits that may make more sense resolving in a particular order. So keep this in mind when you're thinking which to play out first. ​
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 +If you don't have an idea, and the players don't go back to step 1. 
  
 If the players don't have any ideas, go to step 4.  If the players don't have any ideas, go to step 4. 
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